(SportsNetwork.com) - The Toronto Raptors are back home following a three-game road trip and will host the Detroit Pistons at Air Canada Centre.

The Atlantic Division-leading Raptors went 2-1 on the trip with wins over Milwaukee and Philadelphia sandwiched around a loss to Memphis.

In Friday's 91-86 victory over the 76ers, All-Star Kyle Lowry scored 17 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter and Patrick Patterson ended with 14 points and 13 rebounds off the bench. The Raptors scored 24 points off 18 Philadelphia turnovers.

"Thank God for Kyle because we didn't play any kind of basketball whatsoever tonight," said Raptors coach Dwane Casey.

Lowry is averaging 17.3 points and 6.7 assists in January (11 games).

Toronto has a 16-7 record at home and will visit Indiana next on Tuesday.

The Pistons will try to rebound from Saturday's 101-86 loss at Milwaukee.

Brandon Jennings scored 16 points before leaving late in the third quarter with a leg injury. Jennings needed to be helped off the court and will miss Sunday's game in Toronto.

"It doesn't look good. He'll be re-evaluated tomorrow," Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said. "He has been our catalyst. It's a major, major loss."

Anthony Tolliver posted 12 points and Greg Monroe pulled down 16 rebounds to go with eight points for the Pistons, who have dropped two in a row on the road and have a 10-12 mark as the guest.

Detroit is 12-4 in its last 16 games and will host LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday at The Palace.

The Pistons and Raptors have split two meetings this season and will play again March 24. Detroit ended a four-game slide in this series with a 114-111 victory on Jan. 12 north of the border.